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gog tsize isompar ofthbayr it is wednesday and things are going to sizzle in some parts of the bay area. how hot is it going to get in your neighborhood? >> santa clara's main jail is back in the headlines. another inmate brawl has the sheriff's department back on defense. >> sanders and cruz waking up very happy this morning after big wins in wisconsin virtually guaranteeing heated contests all the way through the june prim y primaries. today in the bay starts right now. >> another good wednesday morning. thank you for joining us. i'm sam brock. >> i'm kris sanchez in for laura. >> good morning. you may have heard it will be a hot day today, talking temperatures well above average,
in some places breaking records. 80s and 90s in the forecast today. just get on ready. temperatures very mild, 40s and 50s. the east bay already 61 degrees and usually temperatures rise 20-25 degrees. you can better believe it will be warm. talking temperatures today that rise 30 to 40 degrees in the course of the entire day. that puts us at 92 degrees for the south bay, 88 for the east bay, even san francisco will get to 86 degrees and 92 expected in wine country. we'll talk more about this heat and when it will break and the giants' home opener tomorrow. mike, a look at the san mateo bridge. >> i spied a stalled vehicle around the shoulder. just about 90 seconds ago, that car disappeared from the shot when i wasn't looking. i'm trusting it drove off. if it disappeared, i will let you know something mysterious. your map on the peninsula side. southbound 11 and millbrae, on
the shoulder. no slowing. it's wednesday. back to you. >> thank you very much. all new this morning, the search continuing for a robbery suspect who took police on a high speed chase to several east bay ci cities, all along had children in the suspect's car. police say charles justice robbed a nordstrom rack yesterday afternoon. he was armed at the time. police spotted justice and a chase followed. officers abandoned that space after the suspect with kids in the car drove into oncoming traffic. police are still looking for justice. at the santa clara main jail, you look at this picture, you can see the aftermath of that brawl. the fight happened on the second floor medium security wing yesterday morning. the jail was on lock-down about an hour before returning to normal. the jail has barely been out of
the hearing lodlines lately. last year a mentally ill inmate was found in his cell and now three correctional officers are on trial for beating that inmate to death. san francisco police arre arresting two men for allegedly stealing hunter pence's scooter, the same scooter he donated to the make a wish foundation ra e raising 30,0$30,000. the hunt is on for the suspect. all three were caught on camera breaking into the foundation's building sunday. officers spotted two of those suspects in the tenderloin and arrested them. decision 2016 now, a big night nor the underdog, republican ted cruz and republican bernie sanders winners in wisconsin beating the respective front runners, cruz calling his victory a turning point and bernie sanders saying his campaign has more momentum. >> with our victory tonight in
wisconsin, we have now won 7 out of 8 of the last caucuses! >> as a result of the people of wisconsin defying the media, defying the pundits, i am more and more convinced that our campaign is going to earn the 1237 delegates needed to win the republican nomination. >> trump's campaign released a statement last nights blasting ted cruz calling him quote a trojan horse being used by the party bosses, attempting to steal the nomination. end quote. no word from clinton's campaign this morning. she is in new york where the primary is in two weeks. >> a lot of delegates at stake. >> president obama heading back to the bay area to raise more cash. he will be here for fund raisers benefitting democratic candidates and will be here this saturday.
a 6.9 magnitude earthquake strikes vanuatu, a small island. we don't have word of damage at this point and no threat of a tsunami. it is the second largest earthquake to hit that country, a similar one was on sunday. >> the ring of fire there, some ring of heat about to hit the bay. meteorologist, anthony slaughter here with your cautionary tale. >> it will be dangerous, we're talking heat especially if you have to work outside. take frequent breaks. it will be one of those days usually not seen until june or july this time of year. we're starting off clear and it's warm. 67 in san francisco, tack on about 20 to 30 degrees, you have your afternoon highs, 86 for san francisco later on this afternoon, close to 90 in the
east bay, and north bay and peninsula and south bay get back into the low 90s. tomorrow, we have a ballgame, giants taking on dodgers, first game of the season and temperatures much more tolerable. cooler air by tomorrow, 1:35, and hanging out in the 60s. to make it through the day, we have cooler air through tomorrow and we have showers, all of that with the full forecast. over to mike, a look at the morning drive. >> good morning. you can't get away from any traffic. we have a steady flow and good number of cars. from altamont pass to the dublin ener interchange. a smooth drive but 92 goes to half moon bay and we have people off this week in santa fe and cooler weather over the hills. and the bridge shows a nice easy
drive and no escape and a clear view and no problem for visibility or speed. back to you. >> don't you wish you were back in school? >> yes. back to college wearing swim trunks and short-sleeve shirts today. coming up next, a bay area city taking on the housing crisis that leaders hope will keep people in their homes. a stolen ring found inside a suspect, that story behind the discovery next. uspt'sbo.
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reporting now, take a look at this x-ray. i am no doctor but that appears to be a ringside the suspect's body. police believe he swallowed it to keep it from officers. they believe he swallowed it after stealing it from a home and they believe he swallowed it after breaking into the house and he crashed his car. the police noticed that ring and he admitted to stealing more. >> what else did he digest? tackling the housing crisis,
oakland city leaders trying a new solution to this problem, hundreds of oakland residents filled the city council chambers last night to demand action. the plan approved unanimously freezes rent for 90 days. that does not apply to units built after 1983. renters say they have seen prices jump 13% just in the last year. the music will play. a controversial new concert venue gets the green light in san francisco. the armory at 14th and mission will be able to host 4,000 people. but before the concert, the armory's owners will have to put in new security plans, kink.com. some owners who oppose the plan are trying to appeal that decision. a long time friend of brian stowe is planning to spread the message of anti-bullying. >> 61-year-old andrea duncan calling it steps for stowe.
she will take part in a 500 mile pilgrimage across northern spain. she plans to walk 10 to 12 miles each day and record her progress online each night. coming up, after the san bruno blast, the reason taxpa r taxpayers may foot the bill for the corruption investigation into the california public utilities investigation. hey there, heard the good news? spray 'n wash is back... and even better. it's powerful formula removes everyday stains the first time. which is bad news for stains, and good news for you.
driver in new jersey. see what happens when a large tree crashes down in front of a truck. the driver couldn't stop, drove right into the tree and the car recording this whole thing was a police officer. luckily, he was able to steer clear and no one was hurt. strong winds brought that tree down. >> yikes! we're replacing stormy weather with searing heat wednesday. anthony, say it ain't so. >> unfortunately it will be really hot. we will go from winner to summer and skip past spring today and have nice days. it's all about the heat. you see live shots in san francisco. no fog and temperature hour by hour will be climbing in the 50s and by lunchtime in the mid-70s. this afternoon, headed to see high temperatures. 8:00, 86 degrees downtown. yesterday, 77, a 10 degree warm-up headed for the san francisco downtown area later on
this afternoon. the rest of the bay area, hot everywhere. 88 degrees for the east bay. >> for the north bay and parts of the south bay will reach back to the low 90s including downtown san jose. it will be hot everywhere. if you have the day off headed to beach. that's the place to go to. half moon by a light northerly wind, 10-20, up to 89 degrees and santa cruz up to 90 and the boardwalk hits 90 and up to the hills a little warmer. it will be toasty overall and see that big ring of clear skies talking about the ring of fire. we have our own ring of fire at home this morning. clear skies will drive offshore winds through the day and where we warm up. it will be replaced quickly tomorrow by low pressure that scoots off toward our door. we put the futurecast in motion, that's what happens. tomorrow, the wind arrows shift a little more to the south and brings in muggy air. good news, it is not as hot
tomorrow with onshore winds and we see clouds by tomorrow morning and tomorrow afternoon partly cloudy and temperatures back to where they should be, just in time for the home opener. mother nature has a love affair with the giants. temperatures perfect, nothing like today. mid to upper 60s, first pitch. and 65 degrees there and a little more muggy and winds going as well and hopefully will help the ball field out. i don't think the giants need that. >> an even year so it's our year. we have a smooth drive. temperatures above 90 parts of the north bay. speeds at the limit keeps everybody out of trouble. we go to the maps and see green. overnight road crew blocking a lane or two. and 680 and the maze getting away from the bay bridge, those
are typical spots. easy drive, closure just off the dunn barton bridge because of road work. back to you. >> mike, you are the traffic expert. other tools people might employ to beat traffic in the area. >> cal is helping ining driver millions of users and give ways information on closure projects and other conditions. >> people swear by ways, whatever gives them a couple minutes. stock futures are in the positive right now after losses yesterday. for that and the rest of your news we turn to susan li live at cnbc headquarters. good morning. >> hi, good morning, sam and kris. walt looking walt -- wall street looking to
recover ground. the dow posting its first triple digit lost in close to a month's time investors raising concerns about the upcoming corporate earnings season and the weight on stock and oil prices. and look for information on the fed meeting this afternoon talking about raising interest rates later on this year. trading off 17,603. inside, losing 47 points, look at 4843 kicking off today. walmart indeed is aiming to switch to cage-free eggs by 2025 becoming the largest retailer to do so requi suppliers to adopt an industry standard for treat their hence and monitor third parties. walmart pushed meat, seafood, dairy and egg suppliers to stop the use of antibiotics. and starbucks opening the
largest store in the world. guess where in manhattan's chelsea neighborhood saying it will take 20,000 square feet, 61th and ninth avenue a second roastery in 2018. it could be modeled from its first roastery in its hometown of seattle where customers could chat with roasters and learn brews its rare coffee beans.t back to you guys. >> i bet it will smell great in that neighborhood. >> hopefully it will not be more expensive, the most expensive commercial real estate anywhere in the u.s. state regulators asking lawmakers for millions of additional dollars to pay for their legal bills. >> all this stems from the corum investigation after the pipeline explosion. the puc says it needs another 6
million dollars to pay two law firms. the state senator, jerry hill says he will try to block that request again. when he tried to do that last year, the puc threatened to cut programs and state lawmakers ended up relenting. >> this is crazy, and outrage to taxpayers of the state of california. >> we reached out to the puc for comment. they have not reached back. coming up, something magical happening in california, how you can live the wizard life like harry potter. kris is champing at the bit. first, happening right now. san francisco giants busy preparing for their home opener at the park and so are we at the bay. join us tomorrow. you can watch the live stream on your cell phone or tablet. plus, "snl" and politics talking about the presidential candidates and some of their spou spouses, listen to the impression of mrs. trump.
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rabbits, your eyes do not deceive you, have arrived in san francisco. five 23 foot inflatable rabtsz were put up last night. an usaustralian artist is behin that supposed to cuts down environmental damage. they were introduced to australia in 1788 and the ani l animals have destroyed many ab that since then although those inflatable versions, you can get used to those. >> it's serious message but to see them silhouetted around is really cool.
>> happening today, the new b.a.r.t. car will be unveiled. >> we showed you it being loaded onto a truck in new york state, made its way across the country and 99 here. the new b.a.r.t. car is among 10 delivered tore testing and wilt go into service next year. muni riders get ready to pay more, adding a 25 cent surcharge to fares up to 2.$2.50 expectedo bring in millions of dollars over the next two years part of the new budget that includes lowering towing costs. it goes to the board of supervisors for final approval. the music festival is returning to its roots for its final year. >> in august, some of the thousands of fans could have feelings of deja vu. that's because radio ad which head lined the first outside festival in 2008 is returning.
also in the lineup. lana del rey, due r-- duran duran. tickets go on sale thursday. the wizarding world who else, harry potter now officially opened in los angeles. opening the brand new magical kingdom in a spectacular way last night. the world of harry potter includes hogwarts castle and the shop. tik the tickets tomorrow 95 bucks on the weekday and 1$105 on the weekend. this is the second world of harry potter universal studio's slightly bigger version in orlando. >> we were there when they were starting to build it in universal studios, my kids were so excited. >> seen all the movies. 105 bucks on the weekend. >> last night, some of the stars were there for the grand opening.
here's draco malfoy. >> 6, 7 and 8 year-olds and the idea that i could come here now and be a part of it -- >> we'll talk live with the weasley twins, we'll talk to them about the new park and what they're up to now on today in the bay. >> they were child actors when we started this process and now 17. >> now, they're bringing their kids. >> we should mention nbcuniversal is the parent company of nbc bay area. >> another win for the giants in milwaukee. hopefully we can keep that early perfect record going. giants playing milwaukee going this morning. >> they're undefeated as of the second or third day of the season. tomorrow, a home opener at at&t park. a reminder, we will be out there live, taking our today in the bay team on the road. lots to talk about at the park. we will be live tomorrow
starting at 4:30. coming up, taggerts strike downtown l.a. again and this time we can see what they look like. this morning, waking up to clear sky, no fog on the coastline, none to be seen today. all about the heat, talking 80s and 90s for high temperature today. back to break down that full forecast and get a look at area roads. i want to show you some cutting edge technology. this is a vhs tape. push that tape in and hit play. this is a flip phone. have you seen these before?
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summer in april, the heat is on in the bay area. we look live at dublin set set to be one of the hottest spots. we'll show you your neighborhood coming up. a change in momentum on the campaign trail, the underdogs come ing out on top. the big winners from last night's wisconsin primary. >> reporter: live in downtown san jose where taggers deface city businesses for the third time in recent weeks, what the city is doing to respond. >> a good wednesday morning. thank you for joining us. >> we want to get right to that microclimate forecast because you want to put ice cubes in the kids' water bottles. it will get hot across the bay area. live in san jose and san francisco, two places about to feel the heat in the next 24 hours and already started. >>